Endurance in Modern Construction

February 21, 2024by Steve Noble

The Arakadiko/Kazarma Bridge, dating back to the Greek Bronze Age from 1600 – 1100 BCE, is believed to be the oldest existing bridge in the world. This ancient wonder served as a highway between the cities of Tiryns and Epidauros in Argolis, Greece.

And what’s even more incredible? It’s still in use today!

At InQuik, we’re inspired by the enduring legacy of historic bridges – and while our methods may be modern, our commitment to building long lasting structures remains unchanged. Our average bridge has an attainable structure life of 100+ years when built with optimized materials.